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    When do you guys sleep? What do you do on Saturdays and Sundays? How many hours do you a revise in a day?
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    Usually gym or run before/ after uni depending how early I start, studying can vary wildly depending on deadlines etc, and society stuff takes up another couple of hours a week, plus voluntary work takes up another couple of hours. Weekends are normally spent doing a variety of that stuff and I also usually catch up on my chores around the house etc, or go to other cities to see friends. I'll not lie, I've never got so much to do that it stops me getting a good night's sleep. At times I do really have to go out and seek things to do to keep me busy, as I've not got much contact time.

    I also spent about as much time doing internship applications, interview prep etc last year as I did studying. I imagine this year the same will apply for grad job applications.n


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    (Original post by hermitthefrog)
    Usually gym or run before/ after uni depending how early I start, studying can vary wildly depending on deadlines etc, and society stuff takes up another couple of hours a week, plus voluntary work takes up another couple of hours. Weekends are normally spent doing a variety of that stuff and I also usually catch up on my chores around the house etc, or go to other cities to see friends. I'll not lie, I've never got so much to do that it stops me getting a good night's sleep. At times I do really have to go out and seek things to do to keep me busy, as I've not got much contact time.

    I also spent about as much time doing internship applications, interview prep etc last year as I did studying. I imagine this year the same will apply for grad job applications.n


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    Thanks this is what I am worried about too.
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    (Original post by games211)
    When do you guys sleep? What do you do on Saturdays and Sundays? How many hours do you a revise in a day?
    I'm just going into second year and my timbetable is as follows:
    Tuesday: 10-4
    Wednesday: 9-1
    Thursday: 9-1

    My weekends are now used for work, both days. Fridays and Mondays are used for studying and hanging out and doing whatever.
    I don't usually sleep until past midnight most nights and then wake up about an hour before lectures and the same for work, if not, then just before lunchtime.
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    (Original post by JustGeorgeJ)
    I'm just going into second year and my timbetable is as follows:
    Tuesday: 10-4
    Wednesday: 9-1
    Thursday: 9-1

    My weekends are now used for work, both days. Fridays and Mondays are used for studying and hanging out and doing whatever.
    I don't usually sleep until past midnight most nights and then wake up about an hour before lectures and the same for work, if not, then just before lunchtime.
    nice, what do you work as?
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    So, generally I slept from about 1am to about 9am. If I went out clubbing I might be out later (til about 2-3) and I might get less sleep for various reasons, and if I had an early lecture I'd obviously get up earlier.

    During the week: mostly I would do 1-2 hours a day of work outside of lectures. If I had lots of work I might do up to 4 hours. I'd fit this in during the day so that my evenings were free. I'd then spend the evenings either at a sports practice, at a band practice or down the union bar.

    Weekends generally involved doing a couple of hours work in the morning playing sport in the afternoon and then going to the pub.

    I probably went to the pub or union bar 6 nights a week. :dontknow:
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    (Original post by cole-slaw)
    So, generally I slept from about 1am to about 9am. If I went out clubbing I might be out later (til about 2-3) and I might get less sleep for various reasons, and if I had an early lecture I'd obviously get up earlier.

    During the week: mostly I would do 1-2 hours a day of work outside of lectures. If I had lots of work I might do up to 4 hours. I'd fit this in during the day so that my evenings were free. I'd then spend the evenings either at a sports practice, at a band practice or down the union bar.

    Weekends generally involved doing a couple of hours work in the morning playing sport in the afternoon and then going to the pub.

    I probably went to the pub or union bar 6 nights a week. :dontknow:
    thanks :0

    do you get bored?
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    (Original post by games211)
    thanks :0

    do you get bored?
    Bored of what?
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    (Original post by cole-slaw)
    Bored of what?
    boredom? or do you keep yourself occupied?
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    Gym, socialising, going out (non-alcoholic)
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    (Original post by games211)
    boredom? or do you keep yourself occupied?
    I was always far, far, far too busy to ever be bored!

    There are so many opportunities for social interaction and taking up a new hobby or interest when you're at uni. If you're bored, you're not really trying.
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    15 hours a week of lectures and seminars. About 50 hours a week of netflix.
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    (Original post by games211)
    nice, what do you work as?
    I work as relief staff for the castle in my city.
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